Cha Crusade is a Sydney, Australia based blog that I’ve really enjoyed reading lately. This week they reviewed a tea that I was very close to ordering myself. I have way too much tea on hand to justify it but it was nice to live vicariously through this post.
Sara from Tea Happiness reviewed a brand new product from our mutual tea friend Darlene at The Tea Lover’s Archives. This definitely looks like a practical and fun solution to make tea away from home. No more bad restaurant tea!
Char over at Oolong Owl has been having some awesome tea travels. Denong Tea’s new space looks absolutely beautiful. I’ll definitely be putting it on my “must visit” list for the next time I’m in California. She got a chance to try super trendy cheese tea too!
Heather at Hanamichi wrote a short but sweet review of an oxidized Korean tea. It’s great to see teas from this region getting some much-deserved press in the tea world lately. I’ve just received some samples from Teas Unique that I’ll be sharing here on the blog soon.
Comparative tastings can be very educational, especially when you’re first getting into tea. Curated sets like this one from Bitterleaf Teas are a perfect place to start without breaking the bank. I also really love that the results are kept secret until the end.